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Men are rightly concerned with keeping their prostate healthy, so don't fall for misconceptions.
By Kurtis Bright
Reviewed by Christopher Kim, M.D. , | Urology, | Urology
by Ahavah Revis
Cancer screening guidelines have changed significantly. Detection methods have followed suit.
by Helen Massy
Elevated prostate-specific antigen test results can point to cancer, but not in every case.
by James Anderson
Guidelines concerning testing, biopsies and treatment have been updated in recent years.
by Giddy Staff
A urologist explains the digital rectal exam and why men need one for cancer screening.
by Kate Daniel
Doctors recommend MRI to avoid many biopsies and check the accuracy of the necessary ones.
by Aaron Stern
A DRE doesn't take long, shouldn't be painful and is decidedly beneficial. Don't avoid it.
Some research suggests there may be benefits, but the correlation is still being explored.
by Bonnie Azoulay Elmann
As part of an overall regimen, the practice may yield physical, mental and sexual rewards.
Making even small changes to what you do (and don't) eat can improve the gland's health.
by Mel Van De Graaff
Understanding Your Penis and Testicles
Two Prostate Conditions May Be Why You're Peeing So Much
If you are urinating more frequently than usual, it could be caused by prostatitis or BPH.
By Erin Coleman
Understanding Erectile Dysfunction
10 Common Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Fifty percent of men older than 40 suffer from ED, a number that increases with age.
Got BPH? There's a Medication for That
Drug-based treatments for benign prostatic hyperplasia are numerous and vary greatly.
Smoking May Cause Your Prostate Health to Go Up in Flames
Research suggests prostate cancer is deadlier and more likely to reoccur among smokers.
By Anna Herod
Drinking Coffee Can Lower the Risk of Prostate Cancer
Go for that cup of Joe. A study says your body just might thank you for it.
By David Hopper